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I visited antananarive city, and see that this city is wonderfull with its culture and day life.

When arrive at antananarive, it the capitl of madagascar, but if you want to meka any city tour... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
TONY D
If you want to know the history of piracy

It is easy to walk past the museum as it is on the fourth floor of a building. However, it is worth... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2016
Debbie R
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Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

The museum consists of two rooms with printed panels if text, and a few pictures that don't always correlate with the text. For English speakers, you are handed a transcription that is somewhat questionable. The only artifact is a cannon, with little accompanying information. I...More

Thank Melissa M
Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

This is an apartment building with two bedrooms with information papers on the wall. Some information can be interesting to read but there is only french text. There are 12 objects to see that are sometimes just not even related to historical items, like new...More

Thank Stijn T
Reviewed 14 April 2017

When arrive at antananarive, it the capitl of madagascar, but if you want to meka any city tour with car , i sagssest you to do it by foot , cause of trafic every where on the stree! and infact never go alone, you may...More

Thank TONY D
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

It is easy to walk past the museum as it is on the fourth floor of a building. However, it is worth following the signs past residential flats and offices until you find it. The museum is about information rather than artefacts. Information boards tell...More

5  Thank Debbie R
Reviewed 31 January 2016

It is one of the best. Very nice staff and lovely place. Especially the garden. Amazing zébu or local buffalo steak meat, so delicious. A bit expensive though but is worth it. Their deserts are real good. The vanilla chocolate cake can't wait to taste...More

1  Thank Abdulhakeem B
Reviewed 20 December 2015

Small Museum about olf style piracy 300 years ago. Much Information about woman pirates and also piracy in Madagascar. The very informative texts are in French, but a nice lady translates free of charge into English. The Museum is in the 4th floor in the...More

2  Thank Baobab-vaovao
Reviewed 8 January 2015

A small museum connected to a travel agency. In case you look for it, it's next to the hotel white place. In a 45 min guided tour you learn a the story about pirates not only in Mada but also in the Caribean. There's no...More

7  Thank Julia S
Reviewed 12 November 2014

Only boards with the history of pirates. If you want the guys and the girls can explain in english. If you really have nothing better to do ... visit it, but....

4  Thank Simona M
Reviewed 31 July 2014 via mobile

After searching for a long while we found the museum, quite quaint actually. But it's basically all text and 100% French. My boyfriend is bilingual and he even had difficulties with it. The search was fun (except for the pickpockets) but we would have skipped...More

4  Thank leannesophia
Reviewed 12 April 2014

Pirates in Madagascar? why? when? The museum explains it all... The museum is 200 meters from the main railwaystation away and open all week.

2  Thank Franz S
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